The retirements of experienced in-house attorneys at major insurance companies coupled with incoming COVID-19 lawsuits and natural disasters have brought in a new crop of general counsel in the industry during the pandemic.

An increased focus on litigation around COVID-19 pandemic conditions and regulations have led to several insurers promoting experienced in-house attorneys or hiring them from legal departments in highly regulated industries.

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